Health Manpower Management: Volume 19 Issue 3

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MEETING THE NEEDS OF NEW PARENTS

Karen Ford

Details recent research carried out into the needs of new parents.Details the findings, and discusses the broad recommendations, which arethat there is a need to review…

TAKE FORTH YOUR HUMAN RESOURCE AGENDA – MANAGE PERFORMANCE AND REWARD

Susanne J. Brierley

Suggests that managing performance should not just be a once‐a‐yearappraisal of people, but should be a dynamic process integrating thevarious aspects of organizational…

HIV/AIDS: SOME ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANAGERIAL ISSUES

Chris Bennett

Discusses factors emerging from research into the management andorganizational processes involved in developing services for HIV/AIDSwhich affected the speed and character…

HEALTH CARE AND HIGHER EDUCATION: THE TIME DIARY APPROACH FOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

Ian Chaston, Beryl Badger, Terry Mangles

Discusses a project which aimed to determine the employeedevelopment needs of Plymouth Polytechnic and Derriford Hospital NHSsenior technicians. Using the time diary…

ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF QUALITY ASSURANCE

R. Carr‐Hill, G. Dalley

Traces the origins of the fashion for quality assurance anddiscusses the requisites of a quality assurance strategy. On the basisof a Department of Health funded study in…

THE GREAT URBAN OUTDOORS

David Thompson

The Great Urban Outdoors is a management development exercise witha difference. Most outdoor exercises take place in an“unfamiliar” rural setting. This one is set in an…

CLINICAL MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF THE CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST

David Sims, Andrew Sims

Reviews the management role of consultant psychiatrists in thelight of recent NHS reforms. Tries to identify the needs of cliniciansand their patients and what is causing…

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0955-2065

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1992 – 1998

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Emerald Publishing Limited